What we're about

At BESTSELLER, we are more than 17,000 people in 38 different countries working for over 20 fashion brands such as VERO MODA, JACK & JONES, J.LINDEBERG and ONLY. We are a family-owned company with a strong foundation and values to build on, empowering us to think outside the box and pursue the ideas we believe in to take BESTSELLER forward.

What drives us is our ambition to constantly optimize the online shopping experience of our customers. We work agile, cross-functionally and are proud of our collaborative and international culture.

The eCommerce headquarters is located in the center of Amsterdam❌❌❌ (SINT JORISSTEEG 2, 1012 XV).

All about us - https://about.bestseller.com/jobs/design-your-future/e-commerce

Check our Instagram! @bestseller_ecommerce

If you are interested in events regarding the newest technologies you are in the right group! We love agile, learning and growing, meeting and sharing ideas/discussions with people from different nationalities, drinking, and eating!

Looking forward to seeing you around soon :)!

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Introducing BAI Amsterdam: the global community of Agile Transformation

REGISTER here - https://www.meetup.com/Business-Agility-Amsterdam/events/267595068/ Hello people of Agile, We are happy to host the BUSINESS AGILITY INSTITUTE in our office during their first-ever meetup in Amsterdam soon! - https://www.meetup.com/Business-Agility-Amsterdam/events/267595068/ Business Agility Institute lives and breathes through its global communities and it's ready to contribute to the agile business transformation of Amsterdam. But enough with the fancy words, they believe that you will get to know them better through the speakers and their talks. In their 1st gathering, they start with 4 (TEDx-like) discussions that they consider that will bring value to your working (and personal) life. They aim to provide knowledge through experience that you can apply it the next day already. Now have a look please at the speakers and their topics: - Maarten Dalmijn Maarten is a Product Manager and Scrum practitioner who believes in 'less, but better'. By blending the world of Product Management and Scrum he helps teams to beat the Feature Factory and uncover better ways of delivering value together. Maarten is a top writer on Medium in Product Management and Scrum. Topic: Introducing Scrum at a company where everyone hates Scrum. "I worked at a company where everyone hated Scrum. When I say everyone hated Scrum, I really mean everyone. From the top of the leadership down to the managers of teams and developers writing code." This is the messy story of how you can introduce Scrum in a Scrum-unfriendly environment by following a Trojan Horse approach. - Farid Nat Farid is an Agile & DevOps Leadership Coach at BNP Paribas in Brussels. He will be joined by his two colleagues, from Scotland Tom McGuire, and from Belgium Guy van Put. Together they will put over 60 years of experience in IT & Business Innovation. Topic: Presenting the Align Framework, a holistic approach to Business Agility; How winning businesses hijack DevOps principles to dominate the 4th Industrial Revolution. - Dennis Mansell Dennis, as an Agile Coach, helps organizations, ranging from enterprises to start-ups, taking 'Agility' from being just a word in their strategy and turn it into their DNA. He has always been obsessed about getting people to work together effectively - both in his own communities and in those of his clients. Topic: 'Three Winners, Three Losers - What is High Performance?' "We've been programmed with an industrial mindset: every problem has one, best solution. A single hero with a brilliant plan will be the winner. Complexity has however made this mindset moot: no single person can solve the problem, the problem has many solutions and focusing on 'winning' will cause you to lose." This talk covers three cases: a heroic explorer, a brilliant plan and a 'winning team' and shows how their lack of agility became their downfall. - Clarke Ching Clarke is the author of two Amazon best sellers - "Rolling Rocks Downhill", the business novel, and "The Bottleneck Rules", a delightfully short book, which has featured in The Guardian newspaper and The Spectator magazine. He's been powered by Eli Goldratt's Theory of Constraints and Lean for over 20 years, and Agile since 2003. Clarke specializes in helping technology managers solve the gnarly problems that hobble Agile adoptions. Topic: In this talk, Clarke will teach you a simple process for finding, then managing, the bottleneck that is hiding in your workplace, and secretly sucking the productivity and joy out of the place. P.S. There will be food and drinks for everyone from 5:30 and during the event. Please make sure that you are registered -https://www.meetup.com/Business-Agility-Amsterdam/events/267595068/

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